Wondering which Android devices will get an update to Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0)? While HTC said it is "looking into" ICS updates for its current devices, picking and choosing carefully, Motorola has already decided at least some of the Motorola devices that will get the upgrade.
Of course, Google is also attempting to acquire Motorola, but we don't believe that has anything to do with it.
Motorola has a page dedicated to ROM updates for its Android devices. There, the company said:
"We are planning to upgrade DROID RAZR, Motorola RAZR, Motorola XOOM and DROID BIONIC by Motorola to Ice Cream Sandwich. We will provide more precise guidance on timing after post-public push of Ice Cream Sandwich by Google, as well as any possible additions to this list of devices."
In addition, Motorola Tweeted that they will be releasing Android 4.0 devices six weeks after the final version of ICS is released. The first device to get ICS will be, we know, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We're also aware that the Samsung Nexus S will get ICS, as well, but both of those have less hoops to jump through than other devices: they are pure Android, with no layers like Motorola's Blur or Samsung's own TouchWiz.
Also during that six weeks that Motorola mentioned for its first ICS devices to appear, the company said, in yet another Tweet, that within six weeks of Google's public push of ICS, they will confirm the other devices, besides the Xoom, Bionic, and RAZR, that will get the upgrade.
We'd like to vote for the Droid 3 and Droid X2, since those were launched relatively recently. Perhaps, as well, the Photon. [Since the Droid is considered the flagship of Motorola's Android devices, we'd darn well better see a Droid 3 ICS upgrade, hint, hint.]
Obviously, still more to come. We don't even have a confirmed Galaxy Nexus ship date, after all.